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`A = ( "c" ^2 * sin( beta ) * sin( alpha )) / (2 * sin( 360^o - alpha - beta )`

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The **Area of a Triangle Based on Two Angles and the Interior Side** calculator computes the area of a triangle given the measurement of two of the triangle’s angles and the dimension of the interior side.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following: :

**(α)**Angle 1**(β)**Angle 2**(c)**Length of Side in between them.

**Area of a Triangle (A):** The calculator computes the area of the triangle in square meters (m^{2}). However, this can be automatically converted to other area units (e.g. square feet) via the pull-down menu.

The formula for the area of a triangle based on two angles and the length of the side in between them is:

`A = (c^2 * sin(β) * sin(α)) / (2 * sin( 2π - α - β)`

where:

- A = Area of triangle
- α = one interior angle
- β = second interior angle
- c = length of side between angles

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